Privacy policy

This site does not automatically collect or store personal information regarding its users. The site may log the IP address and Session information, such as the duration of visit and type of software used to access the site. This data is used solely for the administration of this site and for statistical purposes to enable us to evaluate the services offered.

We do not use cookies for the collection of personal information, however, they may be used to store information regarding your visits to the site, and to recall information previously entered by yourself for the purposes of site interaction. This information will be stored on your computer only and will not be stored by us.

We may ask you for personal information in order to make available specific services you wish to take part in such as newsletters, or financial services. In each case we will use the information to provide you with the specified services. We will also use retain information regarding regulated services in order to comply with the requirements of the Financial Services Authority and may transmit data to our auditors and regulators for the purposes of compliance with the requirements of the Financial Services Authority. This may include transmission of information outside the European Economic Area. Where this is the case your information will be treated in accordance with the UK Data Protection Act 1998.
Where we wish to collect information for the purposes for marketing we will make this clear before any information is collected.

This Privacy Statement applies to all pages within the regulated site.

Summary of Terms

IP Address – A series of numbers used to identify your computer, in order to access content on the internet (e.g. For users accessing via an Internet Service Provider, e.g. AOL, this will often be different every time you log on and cannot be used to personally identify you unless your Internet Service Provider provides that information.
Cookie – A small file containing only text, which can be created by your Internet software when sent an instruction to do so by a web site. Your Internet software (e.g. Internet Explorer) will have various settings to control the use of these, however turning them off may limit the content available to you on the internet.